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companies, but abolish them for wind energy, which does not emit any carbon dioxide. that's basically a frame which gives people a choice as to which direction they want to go in. president obama raised fuel economy standards to 55 miles per hour by the year 2025. that not only backs out 3 million barrels of oil a day from the persian gulf, all of the oil they import from the persian gulf, but it also reduces one full year of carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere. mitt romney is saying he'll roll back those standards. all the way down the line, there's a sharp contrast here of, you know -- there are no emergency rooms for planets. we either engage in preventive care here and reduce the amount of greenhouse gases that go into the atmosphere, or we are going to see ever greater intensifying catastrophic events hitting our country and causing tremendous damage to the american people. >> congressman, thanks so much for coming on the program. we appreciate it. let's go live to roanoke, virginia. mitt romney is at what they're calling a victory event at integrity windows and doors co
out a definitive and unambiguous energy policy. [laughter] this is, obviously, mr. speaker, an appropriate day to be considering this recommendation on energy after the last 20 -- it's good to see the business secretary down the bench, by the way. i'm sorry that growth committee that he's on is so unmemorable that he can't remember it. this is an appropriate day to be considering this recommendation. so his energy -- i'm rather enjoying this, mr. speaker. his energy secretary, his energy secretary says he's against wind farms and enough is enough. well, if -- >> order. order. let me just say the government back benches is very straightforward, they either calm down, or the session will be extended at whoever's inconvenience that may involve. let's just be very clear, incredibly straightforward. ed miliband. >> mr. speaker, the energy minister says he's against wind farms and enough is enough while his energy secretary is gung ho for them. who speaks for his government? >> well, today the jokes have been bad and the substance has been bad too. it's not a good day. i tell you
as it moves towards land. monday, it will collide with energy that will pull in some cold air from the northwest. now, adding to that perfect storm scenario, there's what we call a blocking pattern that shoves energy from the north back at the storm and back toward the united states. here's what all of that means to you. the storm will carry hurricane-force winds, up to a foot of rain and the potential storm surge that could top out at ten feet. extreme conditions could begin as early as sunday and last for days, drenching the most populated part of the country. >> this storm, that is going to be impacting the mid-atlantic and parts of the northeast monday into tuesday is going to be destructive, historic and, unfortunately, life threatening. >> reporter: a state of emergency has already been declared in maryland, d.c., pennsylvania, new york and virginia. the biggest fear? the storm surge. in places like atlantic city, it could get even worse because of a full moon and higher tides. people are batoning down the hatches, preparing for the worst, up and down the eastern seaboard. in
point,he energy initiative, creativity of people in the private sector who stand to make a great dl of money and prestige by creating something new, useful, wonderful, good looking and the computer wars, that's an overwelcoming incentive which the ordinary bureaucrat doesn't have. it's a shame and it would be nice if the bureaucrats could be incentivized in some way, but to take the minds of the person o of that, and compare it with the person out of commerce. >> apple-- >> i'm trying to think who was more offensive of my basic line of thinking. i think that ben was more in li until that zinger at the end and drew me in and says, okay, here. but go ahead. >> but apple, steve jobs defined the new apple by deciding what we needed and wanted before we even knew it. and that was going on for more than a decade. >> and before we knew it, that's a very good added line, before we even know it. >> very good line. >> a great line. >> what changed in washington over that time, did they take one lead from what steve jobs did? no. you look at the websites, just for all the government agencies a
natural gas producers to supply affordable, cleaner energy, while protecting our environment. across america, these technologies protect air - by monitoring air quality and reducing emissions... ...protect water - through conservation and self-contained recycling systems... ... and protect land - by reducing our footprint and respecting wildlife. america's natural gas... domestic, abundant, clean energy to power our lives... that's smarter power today. >> continuing coverage now of hurricane sandy, with an update how the storm is crushing travel plans on the ground and in the air. late word moments ago, airline cancellations mounting into the thousands with hubs along the east coast bearing the brunt. airports in new york city, philadelphia and washington. they're telling everybody to stay home. so, hopefully that will help. by noon today, at least 1200 flights had already been scrapped and they're looking ahead. another 4600 we're now learning are canceled for tomorrow. amtrak, severely scaling back operations as well. northeast corridor service north of new york city to boston, pr
's paying attention to post-sandy. airlines, utilities, energy and insurance stocks will be in focus for traders today. for more on storm-related sectors, scott bauer of trading advantage joins us from cme group this morning. good morning scott. > > hi. how are you angie? > > i'm doing well. what about the retailers? will those be affected as well? > > you know, the stocks i'm looking at, like home depot and loews, these stocks have been on a pretty nice run, trading at or near their high, their resistance levels over the last 6 to 9 months. these stocks have the potential to carry the retail market and to just take off from here. with all of the recovery ahead, all of the spending that's going to be done in this arena, those are two stocks to really key in on. > > speaking of taking off, the airlines, which tend to move with the economy. what happens though when disaster strikes? > > you know, the airlines are pretty well prepared. some of the percentages i heard is that when there are cancellations to this magnitude, the rebooking rates they like to see in the 80% rate. and i heard
for oil in the arctic, then invest the profits in renewable energy. consumers proved to be in a spending mood this october. the international council of shopping centers says retailers are reporting modest gains for the month. costco was one of those stores, with sales rising 7% from the same time last year. macy's' same-store sales popped 4.1%, while target saw a smaller increase of 2.4% - lower than analyst expectations. however, superstorm sandy remains a concern going forward. analysts think some consumers along the east coat may have spent extra preparing for sandy and that it could have an impact on christmas spending. retailers hope the spending trend continues into the holiday shopping season. big retailers such as best buy, macy's, kohl's and walmart all open bright and early at 12 am on black friday. kmart opens at 5 am and toys 'r' us at 9 am. and online shopping isn't left out - amazon will offer limited- time specials as part of its "black friday deals store." in corporate earnings, exxon topped earnings expectations even though profits fell 7% to $9.5 billion. the oil compa
in a relative hurricane drought, connecting energy, policy and disasters make little scientific sense. even the ipcc in its latest report would never -- you know, they act like scientists occasionally even though most climate science is junk science, they even would never tie an event ike this to climate change. here's the thing that i pointed out to you, andrew, the last category 3 hurricane was wilma, that was seven years ago. this is the longest period in a century in terms of how long we've been between category 3. back in 1954, between august '54 and august of 1955, the east coast saw three different storms make landfall each of which caused twice as much damage as sandy. now you weren't born in 1954. it caused twice as much. here's the chart of the average global temperature and this quietly was reported by the uk climate office. that shows the average variability from 14 degrees celsius which is the average. there's the no discernible rise in 16 years. >> cuomo's point he was trying to stay out of the controversial subject. he said the political ban derte doesn't want to get to. his
on a day may not in upstate new york, a big employer in our region. so if we look at our energy future, we have better options than fracturing in upstate new york. the congressman has voted to weaken nuclear safety while promoting the building of a new nuclear plant. i think his record when it comes to safety should give all of our voters great cause. we have tremendous options right now in this region when it comes to renewable and alternative energies that should be the focus of our investment here, given that the evidence showed overwhelmingly shows significant risk from fracturing for the environment and the economy. >> moderator: is it safe here in new york? gibson: but he said about violence on women is untrue. the only vote i had was a chance to vote for her bill. what is told she was slightly and true. what he said about nuclear safety is a flatly untrue. this is a repeated pattern. he said i voted to cut 6000 nuclear safety workers. there's no vote that i voted that way and i regret that this is always the way this candidate proceeds, but we have to be confident that it protects w
for debt and deficits, health care, energy, any day we're talking about something else, that's good for obama, and so i will be surprised if he doesn't make a little bit of a comeback here. he's had a prett pretty solid mt for a month. there wasn't anything happehe m. what may stop it is this storm and not so much that the president will do a great job, although i don't have any doubt that he will. mostly what happens right after a terrible storm is we know where i come from, it's the local first responders. it's the firemen, the policeman, the highway patrolmen, the national guardsmen, the mayors, the governors, but the federal government has a role to play, a bigger role down the road, but the biggest thing is changing the subject is great for obama. he's been trying to change the subject all year. >> greta: let's talk about timing. if he changes the subject, for instance, monday night, if everyone is done early voting, doesn't matter if he changes the subject. we're a week out and the subject is being changed a week out. there's a lot of early voting going on. i'm curious if ther
that there's not enough energy to grab the storm and it goes on off to sea. of course, that would be good for everybody, but it is hard to believe at this point, even though we're several days away that, a storm is not going to form along the east coast. so the likelihood is high that we're going to get a storm. of course, as usually is the case, the path is always what we're waiting on to be able to at this point reasonably predict and as we get through the weekend and we get into monday and tuesday of next week, 24, 36, 48 hours out we'll have a good indication of exactly what this storm is going to do and even if it does head up the coast, it does not look like it brings us anything more than just a little bit of rain. >>> another big story tonight, the son of a popular d.c. tv news anchor has been arrested tonight now facing a gun charge after an assault at her home in northwest. andrew skehan whose mother andrea roane anchors the morning show on channel 9 was taken into custody after the incident which triggered a day long search for more weapons. fox 5's audrey barnes has more. >> r
're very grateful for, and i think symbolic of the incredible new energy that's developing in detroit. and i should also say that josh created a company calls eprize in 1999 here in detroit. it's been operating all this time. two weeks ago it sold for a nice exit. [applause] so here's the story of a local company that came from here, went all the way and, you know, he's done real well with that. meanwhile, he's invested in a ton of other companies. so i just want to start by asking you, steve, you know, when i told you about this, you immediately dropped it. why did you think techonomy detroit was a good idea? >> well, i think it's a great idea. i think it's great you're willing to shine a spotlight on detroit. it's not just about detroit, the story about entrepreneurship in america and how it is spread more broadly through the nation than we sometimes realize. obviously, silicon valley is the epicenter of enormous innovation. tremendous companies, it's exciting, it's something we're all proud of, but there are also a lot of companies all across the nation that don't get as much atten
, the overweight banks energy real estate as well as information technology, they're pounding the tables here, but the question is, do better economic numbers mean that investors can go in and invest? >> i think that the classic ones, joy global, i think does make sense, i like the upgrade this morning. the caterpillar deeply inclined. china not coming back, maybe they're so concerned about caterpillar that they're saying it's not coming back that fast. >> we got adp stateside, jim, as well as the estimate. a big revision, they change d d. >> i thought the paychecks were two that really looked like numbers. and so i'm willing to say that this -- it makes so much more sense, but i keep trying to say what industry is doing the hiring in terms of construction. bigger size, small business, but construction yes, balanced against what i regard seeing is uncertainty in the banking industry, where they lay off, government sees more- >> we have ceos sit over here, what you're going to do with the money, or how many people you're going to hire, it's not tens of thousands, but it's something. and they'r
down. energy and enthusiasm is on our side. our folks are work harder than ever. grass-roots movement is harder than ever and momentum in is our direction which you always like. bill: in 2004 president bush beat senator kerry by 118,000 votes? is that the model for the state? do you have to the match the bush numbers to win? >> it will be a little dynamic i think. i hope it is not that close. i think it will be a narrow victory. i think time around governor romney has the opportunity to get a lot of support from folks who supported barack obama last time who live near some of the big cities like cincinnati, cleveland, columbus who thought i would want to give this guy a chance. they have given him a chance and it hasn't worked. they have seen the results. we've seen unemployment go up. here in ohio poverty rates go up. food stamps go up. the kinds of things that indicate we're not heading in the right direction. what they're seeing is governor romney has a plan to change things, turn things around. big changes needed right now in washington that people think is broken. and president o
] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. [ male announcer ] fedex office. ♪ atmix of energies.ve the world needs a broader that's why we're supplying natural gas to generate cleaner electricity... that has around 50% fewer co2 emissions than coal. and it's also why, with our partner in brazil, shell is producing ethanol - a biofuel made from renewable sugarcane. >>a minute, mom! let's broaden the world's energy mix. let's go. >> steve: let's get to the stop store hurricane sandy, the storm pounding the east coast with wind and rain. elizabeth is on the outer banks of north carolina with an undate. >> good morning, steve. we are getting battered, 36 hours that the carolinas are battered by hurricane sandy. we have wind gusts 35 the ones that lift you up on the tuppy toes and cold side ways rain i am on a sand dune. it is too dangerous on the beach. you can see the six foot waves crashing up the dunes. and we are two hours away from high tide. we shot the video where the water was crashing in the homes underneath the stilts. with the low and high tide people will go out and about. it is nc 1
business. we need a business expert like mitt romney. unleash american energy, impose sa sanctions for unfair china trading practices. these are important things because the economy is the number one issue. >> you're trying to cram a lot of things in in these last five days. >> chris, let's get to it. we're going to be listening to the president later this hour. his campaign describing the speech as a closing argument to the voters. what tone does he need to strike? chris, does he really need to keep it respectful or hit back against mitt romney? >> you know, i don't think he necessarily needs to hit back. i personally think, no surprise, that it was a mistake for governor romney to come out as harsh as he did. when there's a national crisis, something as significant and so many people have been affected by hurricane sandy, the last thing people think about and talk about and want to focus on is politics. you have to be very careful about that. i think the president is going to come out, especially in light of what you've seen over the last few days, and strike a more positive, uni
renewable energy. i think that we have solar power that has to be explored and energy efficiency is really the key. we have to conserve and become more efficient when it comes to our use of energy and fuel, and that will lead to less reliance on gas and while and less hydrocarbons in the atmosphere and ultimately, less money spent. >> moderator: i'm going to go next to charlie and then we will wrap it up. summers: when someone works in the woods or the water, what they want to be able to do is get back and forth to work in an expensive way. i think we have a moral responsibility in this country to look for energy resources here. whether and whether you're talking about oil or gas or coal, nuclear power, we have to have in all of the above strategy. ten years ago in the united states senate, they had a debate and they said if we start drilling now, it will take 10 years before that will becomes in our fuel system. that would've been done and we would've had it here today that was done 10 years ago. we have a responsibility. we should be drilling for oil here in this country and we should be
to be explored. it is efficiency is the key. we have to become more efficient when it comes to our use of energy and fuel. that will be less reliance on gas and oil, less hydrocarbons into the atmosphere and less money spent. >> i want to go to charlie and we will wrap it up. >> somebody who works with their hands for a living, they work in the woods or in the water. they want to get to work in an inexpensive way. what you are talking about oil or gas or coal, we have to have and all the above strategy. if we start dealing now, they said it would take 10 years before the oil because gasoline in our fuel system. that would have been done and we would have it here today if that was done 10 years ago. we have a responsibility. every day we import oil from the middle east is a day we are paying people we are fighting against. we should be drilling for oil in this country and looking at every alternative we have. not only is it an economic issue, it is a national security issue. as someone who served in the middle east, i understand full well what that means. >> to me this is not an issue about gas p
in a second term would be a good thing. >> well, if we have a bubble in energy prices, you know, that great job creator may not be there. >> natural gas is no bubble because the supply is so enormous. take your point on gasoline otherwise. well, president obama may be touting an economic turn-around, but will whatever progress we have made come to a halt in january with that so-called tax cliff looming. americans are set to face a tougher 2013. just picking up so, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean race. no need to get nasty. here's your "honk if you had an affair with taylor" yard sign. looks good. [ male announcer ] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. >> well, president obama may be touting economic progress in his push for re-election but making no mention of what else comes with the second term. a whoppin
to san jose but not anymore. this looks really good when they wrap it up but the moisture has some energy and literally it is crawling along. it will be wednesday into thursday. today maybe some drizzles but it comes out on friday and back to friday sunny and warm. pam, dave? >>> we have prices showing up 2% compared to august of 2011 and that report shows the largest with the 7th straight month of increases for home prices. >>> it is not your typical lost and found prices. he found something on google that was very valuable. >>> a big vote today could affect the city's homeless population. . >>> today they are scheduled to vote on whether they can clean up the city's homeless camps. now city officials say there are dozens of homeless camp happens causing trash and safety concerns and others are saying homeless are not receiving enough help. they need up to $1 million to clean up through june. >>> a san francisco bartender found a prototype of a new smart phone. he said a google employee left the phone at a 500 club but when he sent a security officer to pick it up, he was threatened with
with the new .resident, mitt romney [cheers and applause] you know, you have had a new energy since the first debate. you know why? for the first time, the people of this country were able to see the real mitt romney instead of instead of what the chicago henchmen were portraying him in six months of advertising. you saw a person standing there with the president of the united states who is practical who is compassionate, who is humble, who is trustworthy and you saw a president with all the air go out of him. he's not the obama that everybody thought he was. now, president obama once said in a previous campaign, and let me quote here exactly, if you don't have a record to run on, then you make big elections about small things. so is there any wonder why you're hearing from the other side about big bird, about bayonne ets, about binders -- about bayonetings, about binders? that's what we call running from your record. and we've had all these misleading attacks and what has our candidate's response to that been? exactly what it should be. attacking me is not an agenda. this president has no ag
, meet markets, energy products are trading as well. oil, heating oil, also products are trading. gold, silver and copper. then of traders audio joining me now. what do you make of all of this? >> it is an extremely unusual day down here today. it is a unique event. we have certain quadrants which are closed. very little energy across the board. you are seeing it in the crude and local market. there is a limited participation. some people tend to look for a day like this for opportunity, i look at this as a favorite risk day. this gives you an unexpected opportunity to review the markets. sandra: dyke the s&p up 15% this year. the unemployment number will come out friday. >> that is definitely what traders are looking for right now. sandra: by the way, we will continue to update viewers, melissa and ashley, whether or not markets will be open here tomorrow. the treasury orchids to be closed tomorrow, there was a recommendation for that. we will be updating you live on the trading floor all day . ashley: we will get more details later. all markets are closed today. it looks like the maj
'm not calling to have a job. the second question went straight at the president and said your energy secretary says it is not his job to keep energy prices down, do you think it is his job, and the next thing i know we were arguing about drilling in public lands. i went back and said the question was do you think it is the job of the government, and then they went off on the next public lands thing. then, you have been up so much time in this, that leads to one, two, three less town hall people. i did it a couple of times, as many times i felt i could do it without completely blow in the format. with guns, we went off on something. they started talking about single mothers. >> single mothers and marriage, yes. >> i will say that the format that has evolved is better today than back in the day when it was much more strict. we were told u.s. the question, no follow-up, two minutes, one minute, and i was told to interrupt it they did not. there was a red light and a buzzer. there were restrictions. today, they are given more time to have a conversation, and you learn more that way. come to the de
for declassification and so. i don't mean to say the atomic energy act is the question. what's the answer? atomic energy act of 1954. no. i think it's a large, you know, where i think john and i part company, i don't think is sort of oh, this is how it is. this is how it has been and shall be. and therefore we should accept it. i think there are parts that will be intelligence. potter stewart gave a great speech in 1974, the media is going to want to obtain classified information and the government wants to try to stop them. that's not going to change. we shouldn't be surprised by that. i think we have to have a serious investigation how much less the public knows. about what the government's up to. and what role congress and then through congress the court can play in resituating that. that's where i would start. >> do you think the american public really believes now it doesn't know that much about what going on. seriously, they know about torture, they know about rendition, they know about whatever we want to say about guantanamo, i mean, they know about the predator drone killings they may no
agencies that are in charge, including the department of defense, department of energy, and those that are going to need to respond very quickly. under craig fewgate's leadership at fema, we've had a chance to talk to the regional officials as well and i just had a phone call with the governors of potentially impacted states as well as some of the major cities in the region. at this stage, everybody is confident that the staging process, the prepositioning of presource, commodities, equipment that are going to be needed to respond to the storm are in place, but as craig has emphasized, this hasn't hit landfall yet, so we don't yet know where it's going to hit, where we're going to see the biggest impacts, and that's exactly why it's so important for us to respond big and respond fast as local information starts coming in. i want to thank hall the members of the team -- all the members of the team for the outstanding work they're doing but the other thing that makes this storm unique, we anticipate it is going to be slow moving. that means that it may take a long time not only to c
, ♪ ♪ so make them write a big check today. ♪ ♪ and if you're feeling a little slow, ♪ ♪ then 5-hour energy will help you go. ♪ ♪ so buy a bottle of pink lemonade and ♪ ♪ you can help fight breast cancer today. ♪ >> bret: on the center storm sandy continues to wreak havoc on travel plans. some are starting to get off the grounds and train are moving, full service looks to be a ways off. william la jeunesse surveys the scene. >> this isn't just in new york disaster, a connecticut disaster, a jersey disaster. a national disaster. >> from the air a on the ground. the devastation widespread. the ripple effect continues today. >> we don't expect the travel schedule will be getting back to normal until saturday or sunday of this weekend at the earliest. >> since sunday, airlines canceled more than 19,000 flights. 2800 today. hundreds more tomorrow. that is especially problematic at the three new york airports that handle more passengers than any other. today jfk and newark reopened on limited basis with philadelphia and washington's reagan national. and dulles. however, laguardia, which
york and new jersey remain under water while energy companies work to repair downed power line millions suspect another night without electricity. it may be over a week before power is restored in some places. as dawn broke this morning parts of the subway heaved into motion for the first time since sunday night. commuters eager to return to work with restrictions to auto transport. few in the northeast have not felt the effects of hurricane sand y. experts estimate the disaster will cost up to $50 billion but none forgoti that the true cost of the hurricane lies in the lost of human life. as we learn more about the events of this week some question about greater preparedness could have helped avert tragedy. an equally important question what is the relationship between these frequent hurricanes, sea level and desire to live next to the water. we look at the question of the relationship between the devastation of hurricane sandy and the rise of global warming. today michael bloomberg of new york endorsed president obama. here's part of what the mayor said. our climate is changing and
the runners so we hope that this year should be the same good fiber and good energy, everything perfect. >> it wouldn't surprise me if there was a lot of that happening. they probably feel that the resources should be directed elsewhere. >> reporter: listen, it's business as usual for the runners, especially those who came from outside of this country. overall the race is not business as usual and a lot of people think the mayor's office really pushed for this because there's about $340 million in economic impact here and thousands of people had already arrived in the city to run this race. back to you. >> thank you, brian. >>> in fact, finance.yahoo.com, the website asking if you think the new york city marathon should run on. the results of their poll coming up. >>> now to scott wapner with a "market flash" today. >> watching sharls es of penske. stronger than expected quarterly profit. shares are down 8% though, reason being -- gross margins were lower than expected and also vehicle pricing disappointed. when you read a little bit deeper in the earnings report, you find out some thin
to work, major power outages, no power for a week and you're not consuming energy when you can't turn on the power and can't get to work in your car. so it's a good thing, but keep the gas price froms going bananas in the first place. >> brenda: the east coast provides 6 1/2% of the gas that the u.s. uses. that's kinds of a-- could be a hit. >> i don't thinkt's going to be a very big hit. look, the prices may well go up, even if just one light bulb at one refinery gets knocked out because they rise and fall based on expectation of demand and supply, not the reality, so, they could go up a little bit. we could have a big one-day jump. they'll corrects in a couple of weeks and people won't be driving in this mess, and they suldn't be, just stay home, be safe and don't worry about it. >> brenda: i don't know, tobin, i'm worried, what about you? >> well, i'm looking to the nasty ugly speculators, there'a futures market in gasoline. if the people who know the business best thought that gasoline was going be to be knocked out, a huge super spike, you would he seen the futures on gasoline go
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